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A really solid first week

01.09.2013 | Tennis, Starseite 1

Roger enjoyed a confident 6-3, 6-0, 6-2 win over Adrian Mannarino (ATP 63) in the third round to round off a great first week at the US Open.

Roger faced just a single break point in the entire match against the Frenchman and was obviously very pleased with his performance after 81 minutes of play. "There's always a lot of pressure coming out here on this court to perform, because you never know if you're going to play well. Tonight was one of those nights."

Roger will now play the round of the last sixteen against Tommy Robredo (ATP 22). Our champ leads the head-to-head 10-0 and could then be in for a quarter-final against Rafael Nadal in the quarter

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09/03/2013 | 01:24 AM
****** KITAFSIK****

You are very damning !!!!! Are you sure your an RF Fan ?????????
09/03/2013 | 01:20 AM
It is ridiculous how Roger is playing. Go back to Swiss and take car of your kids. Simply ridiculous. He deserves to lose this game and go back to Swiss, and stop to play tennis at all. It is over Roger, it is over. You have to accept it. STOP NOW.
09/03/2013 | 01:20 AM
I thought Rog would do it in 4 but now....not sure

09/03/2013 | 01:19 AM
Maybe it's good he's gonna lose today. You know, playing like this Nadal would crush him. God, that's Roger's worst match since final in Rome...
09/03/2013 | 01:19 AM
Hahaha, Roger, you're the best looser this year. Hope you'll still be able to qualify for the final in London.
09/03/2013 | 01:17 AM
Oh right, Roger. Going to the net is so clever when you have about 50% at the net
09/03/2013 | 01:15 AM
He will not play 5 sets. He will lose in 3 sets.
09/03/2013 | 01:15 AM
Guys, let's hold out for him !!!!
09/03/2013 | 01:13 AM
Here we go. Roger is going to have to play 5 sets just to make it to Nadal where he will get killed because he will be worn out...
09/03/2013 | 01:13 AM
Hahaha! Bye, Roger! Nice tennis, but Robredo will win.